Zhang KechunA Buddha Head in the Mountain, 2015

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Signed and numbered on artist’s label on reverse

Archival pigment print

Available in two sizes:35 1/2 x 43 inches, edition of 7 + 1 APs42 1/2 x 52 3/4 inches, edition of 5 + 1 APs

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Signed and numbered on artist’s label on reverse

Archival pigment print

Available in two sizes:35 1/2 x 43 inches, edition of 7 + 1 APs42 1/2 x 52 3/4 inches, edition of 5 + 1 APs

Print

This artwork is signed, inscribed and numbered on the photographer's label fixed to the reverse. The work is an editioned archival pigment print and comes direct from the artist's studio.

Framing

For this picture, we recommend the 'BOX', a classic frame that is slimmer from the front and deeper from the side, turning your print into an elegant object on the wall. It is widely accepted as the finest way to frame photography, giving visual priority to the image and yet fitting stylishly into most interiors. Other options are of course available. All our frames are handmade by one of the UK's leading framing workshops, and are constructed to museum standards. Please note that prices do not include local taxes, framing or shipping.

Shipping

We aim to ship works that are unframed within 4 weeks and within 10 weeks for works that are framed, although sometimes we will beat that! All works are shipped from the UK. Please note that prices listed above do not include framing or shipping.

Artwork In Detail

Zhang Kechun produces epic vistas that dwell on the significance of the landscape in modern Chinese national identity. His work, rendered in soft, muted tones, juxtaposes the country’s rapid modernisation with its cultural histories and traditions.

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    Zhang Kechun

    A Buddha Head in the Mountain, 2015

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    Zhang Kechun

    China

    B. 1980

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    The Artist

    Zhang Kechun produces epic vistas that dwell on the significance of the landscape in modern Chinese national identity. His work, rendered in soft, muted tones, juxtaposes the country’s rapid modernisation with its cultural histories and traditions.

    Artist Biography

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